One of the smallest cabins - and possibly the sweetest - in the Canopy & Stars collection, Cedar Falls is a nestled in the garden of Edward and Tori’s family home in Llandogo. The deck looks down the Wye Valley which often fills with mist in the morning. The cabin's named after the nearby waterfall that's quite spectacular after a good rainfall. Inside, a little shower room is off the main open-plan living area, there’s a sleeping nook behind a curtain with a big comfy double bed, and two single mattresses up a ladder in the loft room, perfect for kids (but not suitable for fully-grown adults)! Why not opt in to an evening's expert bread making with Tori by arrangement and eat the fruits of your labour for breakfast.
Ed and Tori also find time to run an award-winning local microbrewery making some great ales, all in nearby Tintern, where impromptu tastings often take place - just ask if you're keen to learn their secrets! The Wye Valley is the birthplace of British tourism with good reason: visit the famous Tintern Abbey, explore miles and miles of ancient woodland, perfect for hiking and cycling with stunning views all over the valley - the Wye Valley Walk winds past just outside.
The important stuff
Extra space available
Space for 2 children no charge. on mattresses (provided) in loft room up a ladder
Space for 1 baby no charge.
Kids & Pets
Kids are welcome but pets cannot be accommodated
Heating, lighting & bedding
At Kingstone Brewery
There are plenty of options at the brewery itself: there's a bar on site where they do a great range of beer which you can pair with a Ploughman's lunch served in summer.
Please note this isn't always open so please liaise with Ed after booking.
There are pizza evenings on the first Saturday of every month and there's also the farm shop with cheeses, chutneys and other local bits and pieces.
If you give her some advance notice, Tori can also arrange some supplies ready for when you arrive.
Going out - a few pubs & restaurants worth a try
The Brockweir Inn in Brockweir - (3 miles) a lovely friendly local pub that serves quality home cooked pub food! The Anchor, Tintern - just beside the grand old Abbey, it is a great setting for a relaxing meal.
The Whitebrook at Whitebrook - perfect for if you are looking for something a bit special for a treat - it's Michelin starred too!
Wye Valley Hotel, Tintern
Moon and Sixpence, Tintern
Lion Inn Trelleck
Lamb Inn, Clearwell
Wyndham Arms, Clearwell
Boat Inn, Redbrook
At the brewery (5 minute drive away)
If Ed and Tori are around, it's usually possible to tour the brewery and talk/taste malts with Ed (closed Thursday and Sunday). If you did want to spend more time getting involved in the brewing process then we also offer 1 hour, half and full day courses which cost £25.00, £50.00 - £100.00. You will learn all about the brewing process as well as home cooked food. Finally, you will return home with some beers to enjoy!
A little further afield...
A visit to Tintern Abbey is really amazing and once you are on the inside you will be surprised by its size. It is a wonderfully majestic site.
Tintern is also a lovely village to walk around with unusual and fascinating little shops! Tori's favourite is Stella Books as they have over 30,000 rare or out of print books - you will be bound to find a memorable story there!
For the adventure seeker: there is mountain biking, tree top zip wires, kayaking and wild river swimming! If any of these interest you then Ed & Tori will be happy to let you know all about them.
Clearwell Caves - 4500 Years of mining history in an amazing cave system.
Puzzlewood - magical woodland in the Forest of Dean.
Dean Steam Railway - Dean Forest railway.
A day out at Go Ape! Forest of Dean, 11 miles away, is always recommended for Tarzan swings and epic zip wires.
Ask Ed & Tori for more information on the local area.
~Absolutely fabulous spot. Lovely little cabin and we happily squeezed in our family of 2 adults, a 4-year-old in the loft and our toddler in a travel cot. We all loved the adventure and there's lots to do in the surrounding area (we did Clearwell caves, Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle). Ed and Tori left us a couple of lovely beers from their microbrewery and let us get on with it for the rest of our stay.